It’s hard to imagine 2019 producing a more divisive film than Todd Phillip’s “Joker.” New York Times writer Jennifer Vineyard collected a sampling of reviews, interviews and commentary about the film: the NYT calls it “an empty, foggy exercise in secondhand style.” The
Although sophomore Austin Davis said he doesn’t “like to be in the spotlight,” his showing at men's golf 's recent tournament makes him hard to ignore.
After placing second at
the Varsity Men’s Golf Bull-
dog Invitational on Saturday,
Sept. 21 and Sunday, Sept. 22,
Content warning: This arti-
cle discusses domestic violence,
suicide and sexual violence.
On top of an exciting season on the field, the football team has had a productive year off the field by working closely with Director of the Gender Resource & Advocacy Center Andrea Hugmeyer and
Before the football match last Saturday, Oct. 12, another team of hard-hitting Bearcats took to the field at McCulloch Stadium. The Willamette Rugby Football Club squared off against its Willamette River rivals, Western Oregon University (WOU) (6,000 students), which made the short trek
Willamette University’s Newman Club is open to all students with Catholic-adjacent interests. Whether someone is Catholic or only has a desire to do community service, Bible study or philosophical symposiums, the Newman Club has a place for them.
The club’s Catholic students are
On Willamette University’s cen- tennial birthday 77 years ago, five Sequoia sepervirens were donated by then-president Carl Sumner Knopf, who was forced to resign later that year amid controversy over Knopf be- ing a conscientious objector of World War II. The saplings were planted
Zena Fest, an annual event that promotes sustainability, allows students and faculty to celebrate Zena Forest’s importance to the Willamette University community. This past weekend, around 100 Willamette students and seven professors went out to Zena Forest, located 20 minutes from Willamette, from
Community Service Learning
(CSL) planned and facilitated a week
full of events for Sustainability Week,
which took place on Oct. 5-12.
“Our goals for Sustainability Week are to spread awareness and encourage individual action to reduce the environmental impact. We wanted to make resources available and promote
Students at Willamette will
have the day off this Friday, Oct.
18 for the mid-semester day
break. Some students will trade
in their schoolwork for their
various “jobs” around Salem
as shadows during Friday’s Job
Job Shadow Day, overseen by
Career Development and led by
Nicole Dyer, a senior politics and
Friends and family of Willamette University students visited the College of Liberal Arts (CLA) campus this weekend to spend time with their loved ones and experience the student performances and activities that were part of this year’s Family Weekend. Visitors were met with